"Tom \"spot\" Callaway" <tcallawa(a)redhat.com> writes:
> | ...
> | implementations derived from the reference C code in RFC-1319, RFC-1320,
> | and RFC-1321, may be made, used, and sold without license from RSA for
> | any purpose.
> This seems to allow relicensing with any license (inclusive GPL), doesn't
Yes, but the way it is worded is specific. You may make MD5 implementations
based on the RFC code, used them, and even sell them without license from
HOWEVER: RSA did make an MD5 implementation,
This implementation is equal to the reference C code in RFC-1321 (which
seems to be GPL compatible accordingly the statement above).
which is under their license (a BSD with advertising style license).
your code is using that implementation,
So the question is, whether code was created by a copy & paste operation
or by downloading a C file? Dunno, how I can check which method was